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Born in 1919 in Torino as a constructor of demonstrative models for foundry and motor industry, Stola is a leader group in engineering, design, production and construction of prototypes and concept-cars.

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Stola Group offers all the support necessary for the car industrialization, passing by all the steps, from the style models for presentations to the virtual models, from the planning (bodywork, mechanics, electrical and electronic systems) to the pre-series prototypes.

Through the operative centres displaced all over the world, Stola Group has built a real network of skilled companies able to offer a complete and high professional service: in Brazil with Stola Brazil, in China with Stola Asia, in the United States with Stola NA, in France with Estival and Stola France, up to Italy with IRMA, Stampi4 and head office of the group placed in province of Torino.

Stola Group has been took over by a pool of shareholders in 2004. The large stake is held by the RGZ Group, holding in the automotive sector which refer leading societies like Magneti Marelli aftermarket, Dayco F+F, Vagnone and Boeri. Today Stola Group represents a reality with more than 220 employees and a turnover of 250 million euros. (Stola press release)

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